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Language: C++
Expertise: All
Jun 26, 2000

Referring to a Class Member

You can refer to a name of a class member only in one of the following contexts:

  • In the scope of its class or a class derived from its class 0
  • After the . operator applied to an object of the type of its class or a class derived from its class
  • After the -> operator applied to a pointer to an object of its class or a class derived from its class
  • After the :: scope resolution operator applied to the name of its class or a class derived from its class
Danny Kalev
 
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